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Healthcare Hero Winners

During the month of May, West Shore Home announced that it would select 6 Healthcare Heroes and give them a free shower or tub replacement completely free of charge. The company wanted to thank frontline workers for their dedication to serving their local communities. “Healthcare professionals and first responders have done so much to keep 

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Garden Windows vs. Bay Windows

When it comes to replacement window styles, garden windows and bay windows seem to be about as opposite as you can get. Garden windows are on the smaller side, whereas bay windows tend to be rather large; garden windows are more utilitarian while bay windows are overwhelmingly aesthetic. However, despite their differences, these two window 

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What Are the Benefits of Installing Awning Windows?

Awning windows are similar to casement windows, however, instead of being hinged along the side and pivoting outward along the vertical axis, they feature a hinge along the top of the sash and open by swinging outward from the bottom along the horizontal axis. When opened, this configuration creates an awning effect that gives this 

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What Are the Benefits of Installing Picture Windows?

If you’re looking for a way to showcase the natural scenery that surrounds your home, then picture windows will be right up your alley. Unlike double-hung or casement windows which slide or swing open, picture windows feature glass panes that are fixed into the frame. However, just because they don’t open, picture windows are not 

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Add Value to Your Home With Beautiful Bay Windows

When it comes to architectural elements, there’s nothing quite as elegant as a bay window. Inspired by the ornate architecture of the English Renaissance, bay windows offer historical character and timeless functionality that are sure to add value to your home in more ways than one. Whether increasing resale value or just enhancing your day-to-day 

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What Are the Benefits of Installing Sliding Windows?

Sliding windows are one of the most popular window styles in homes nowadays. At first glance, they can look similar to double-hung windows due to their rectangular shape, but sliding windows feature sashes that move from side to side rather than up and down. Sliding windows go with all different kinds of décor, making them 

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What Are the Benefits of Installing Double-Hung Windows?

When it comes to replacement windows, there’s a world of different styles out there. But double-hung windows continue to be the most popular style of window on homes throughout the United States. Why? Because they offer many great benefits, including: Excellent Ventilation Double-hung windows feature two operable sashes that can be lifted or lowered to 

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What Are the Benefits of Installing Casement Windows?

If you’re thinking about replacing some or all of the windows on your home, and you want something that’s a bit different than a traditional single- or double-hung window, consider having casement windows installed. Because of their unique configuration, casement windows provide a number of benefits you’re sure to love, such as: Versatile Ventilation Casement 

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How to Clean and Maintain Garden Windows

Garden windows are a beautiful addition to any home. Unlike other windows, they provide a wonderful little place to store plants, books, and other decorative items. However, because of their unique, box-like shape, garden windows require a different approach to cleaning than standard, flat-mounted windows. Cleaning the Inside To clean the inside of your garden 

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Awning Windows vs. Hopper Windows

Itching to know to all about awning and hopper windows? Well, a hopper window is an awning window upside down — end of story. While that may seem like a gross oversimplification, it’s actually kind of true. Both awning and hopper windows are casement-type windows, meaning that their sashes are attached to the frames with 

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